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Why study at Warsaw School of Applied Linguistics (Lingwistyczna Szkoła Wyższa w Warszawie):

Warsaw School of Applied Linguistics (Lingwistyczna Szkoła Wyższa w Warszawie), no. 1 in professional foreign language education, is the largest private linguistic university in central Poland.

 

The graduates of Warsaw School of Applied Linguistics are awarded with a diploma of completion of Bachelor’s Degree Studies and a professional title of licencjat in Philology in one of three specialties:

- English: English Philology

- German: German Philology,

- Russian: Russian Philology.

 

The graduates of Warsaw School of Applied Linguistics are awarded with a diploma of completion of Master’s Degree Studies and a professional title of magister in Philology in the specialty of:

- English: English Philology,

- Russian: Russian Philology.

Students of all specialties: English, German and Russian Philology may choose a professional specialization (majors): Teaching, Translation or Teaching & Translation and attend foreign language courses of English, French, Spanish, German, Russian, Italian, Japanese or Arabic.

The University offers full-time and part-time systems of studies. In full-time system classes are held from Monday to Friday and in part-time mode on Saturdays and Sundays.

Having acquired the qualifications of Bachelor’s Degree Studies, graduates may continue their studies participating in Master’s Degree in English Philology held in our university or any Master’s degree or postgraduate programmes.

The courses of Warsaw School of Applied Linguistics include: traditional classroom-based classes, which allow students to develop reading, writing, listening and speaking skills, workshops which enhance students’ creativity, audio-visual classes with the application of modern technology as well as the use of teaching aids such as an e-learning platform.